Recently, I wrote What Colleges Don’t Tell You, an attempt to help the college- and graduate-school bound make a more eyes-open decision about whether to attend college.
In my PsychologyToday.com article today, I assume you’ll be going to college or graduate school. I
address two important, too often unasked questions:
Should you attend the most selective institution possible?
Should you take a gap year to reenergize and gain real-world experience?